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TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER S, 18S9.
TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH
Advertising rate madi- know n at this othce.
fls1 .OFFICE MUCKx.
The rotornce. it open for general delivery
ura 8 a, ra. to 6 p. ra.
Ytoaejr order Department open trom 8 a. n.
6 p. ro.
f roia Et aid V1 at 12 m , departs 3
Bibee mill departs 6a. 111 , arrive! bv.m.
! 4 3. E. E. R-TIME OARD.
isbee. 7.00 a. ra Fairtnnk, g 30 a. m,
FurUink, ta 00 nooa. Iliibe a. 30 p. ra.
Duty, except isunlav
I. O. ). F. tonight.
Fresh buttermilk at the Can Can.
The thermometer at Seaman-' store
registered SS veaterday.
The application for a patent to the
Nicholas mine appears in this iiite.
A large assortment of fine iniltn
ami blankets at Svdovv & Kieke's. -1
Hupervisor T. J. White came tip
from Benson yesterday.
Buy a Louisiana lottery ticket at
Jo. Lippert'o barber shop. tf
T. S. Harris came in from ltahaco
A nice line of dress goods prices
Tery low, at Sydow A Kieke's. 4
Joe Hoefler and wife have returned
Considerable rain fell Sunday night
and veslerdav was cloud v and cool.
Great bargains in embroideries at
Sydow 4 Kieke's. A
Mrs. J. B. Barnett hag gone to San
George Farrington and wife and
Mrs. W. F. Bradley returned from
King's hot springs Sunday.
Geo. W. Seaverns and wife left for
1 Prtao Sunday to be gone about a
Harris, the tailor, has received a
large stock of full and winter goods of
the latest patterns. tf
The change in stage time occurs to
day, after which Btages will run on the
Swinton'e indellible marker, for
clothing and all other fabrics, is for
sale at Monmonier's.
Sefiores Raymundez and Ramirei
came up from the Palominas custom
house Saturday, and left for home yes
terday. Stevenson fc Walker are the author
ized agents for Louisiana." lottery tick
ets in this city. By investing $1 you
hav a chaxica of winning a fortune, tf
The case of the Territory vs. Fred
Lockling and Chas. Wadlcigh, was
jesterday postponed till Wednesday at
Ben. St. Louis, whose leg was broken
.at the Oso Negro mill, in Sonora, ar
rived in this city Sunday for medical
Attachments were served by Con-
stable Ben James yesterday in favor
of Dr. Dunn, against H. B. Maxon for
f SO, and in favor of Ah Long vs. Ah
Sing for f 20.
Last Sunday was the forty-fifth an'
niversary of the marriage of Mrs. J.
C. Easton to her first husband, who
was 28 years of age at that time, and
imh is still aliv and kicking.
A11 Arizona". Hanged.
A Patnt, Illinois, telegram says:
"Henry Gruder, who ha followed the
calling of Mealing hom'- for fifteen
vears in Texas, New Mexico and Ari
zona, who was formerly a resident of
Tucon, was hung here to-day by an
angry gathering of men. Gruder, it
seems, drifted into Illinois some ten
months ago and at once began his old
tricks. He not nly stole etock, but
ran oil" with a joung married woman
of this town and stole her husband's
team and buggy to elope in. His rec
ord was well known to the jeople
here, and when it was learned that he
not only rtole horses but stole men's
wives nlso, thoy made a ow to hang
him. So a poe went in pursuit of
the pair. After a chase of nineteen
miles the couple wereoertaken. when
a battle ensued, the woman u-ing the
gun of her partner to shoot at her
husband, which she did, fatally wound
ing him. Thii enraged the pose so
they shot her down and captured him
and bwiiiic him eiirhty feet high. In
all probability there never was a man
that hung so ue.ir heaven before. The
wife was fatally injured.
The election in this city jesterday
for Chief of the Tombstone Fire De
partment lor the enuing term resulted
as. follows Total number of votes cast,
SO: Xat Hawke, 00; Joseph K. Lip
pert, 20; Hawkc's majority, -IC. Mr.
Hawke was proud of his ictory and
was heartily congratulated by hi?
numerous friends. The outgoing chief
has been an exemplary and faithful
officer, and retire- with the esteem and
good wishes of the entire city. We
beliee that the new chief will make a
good officer and are confident that the
interests of our citizens will lc care
fully and conscientiously guarded.
The Protections had a houe-warm-
ing Sunday night, and the new build
ing was decorated with all the honors
of the occasion. The boys were pre
sented with a trumpet by the other
two companies. I). K. Wardwell was
appointed steward. A committee of
five was appointed to collect funds to
pay expenses to Phenix, and last even
ing between ibO and $'M had been col
The case of the Territory vs. Chief
of Police Gage was yesterday contin
ued till 10 o'clock to-day in order to
secure a jurv. uut ol twenty sum
moned only three were qualified, and
a special venire of twenty more wm
issued for this morning.
The skating rink was crowded last
night and if the Sterling Silver Mill
was near by it couldn't make itself
heard. The rink will be open Mon
day, Thursday and Saturday nights
and Saturday afternoons.
There has been no rie in the Col
orado riter this year during the
months of August and September.
Thin is an unusual circumstance, and
Captain Isaac Polh.imus says that it
h&o not happened before in the past
thirty-three years. Yuma Sentinel.
McXamara it McXally yesterday
shipped from Calabasaa a carload of
ore from their Heady Cash mine at
the Noon camp, Indications point to
the probability that the bovshave a
good thing in the Ready Cash. Ne
On Tuesday, October 1st, W. W.
Damron, County Treasurer, opened
and received the bids for the Graham
county funding bonds for $30,000.
They were awarded to Messrs. Lam
precht Bros. &. Co., bankers, of Cleve
land, Ohio, at 151,230, being a premium
of 2J per cent. Valley Bulletin.
J. H. NVhitc's ranch butter at Wol
The Transactions or the 15o.ird of Snptrriiorx
of IVhtw County.
T MHsTOXK, October 7, ISS'J.
Board met pursuant toadjournilicilt.
Present 13. a. (.oilman, chairman;
t 11-t . 1 t 1 r
I.J. hit and John Montgomery,
The following claims wero allowed
ud warrants ordered drawn :
G. C. Willis, physician
J. R. Baldwin, steward
Geo. Farrington, jailer
Thos. A. Howell, guard ....
Win. Shillium, jailer at Ben
son W. W. Low ther, jailer at Bis
bee . .
F. E. Cadwell, jailor at Will
cox O. H. Daily, district clerk
E. R. Monk, probate judge. .
W. II. Stilwell, district attor
ney Florenco Hempseth, j.mitrii
B. S. Cotl'man, supervisor
John Montgomery, supervisor 110 OJ
T. J. White, supervisor US 00
F. Ciistle, clerk. ... 1170
Total ?2,0sl 70
The following property vvu-sold by
order of the lioard
C. W. Web-ter, Benson Lot 3,
block 1'J and improvements, fl7.H0;
Granville Johnston, purchii-er.
Antelope mine, Winchester district
20 acres, f 13.39; W. F. Bradley,
J. C. Bales, Tombstone Lot 2, block
24 and improvements, j.Tl.'JO; Martin
Ajax mine. Tombstone di-trict 20
acre', $1-1.35; S. C. Bagg, purcha-er.
Camou's property of San ltafaul del
Valle grant, laid over until next meet
ing. Ordered that the Treasurer cancel
the deed to the Territory on C. !rau
on payment of 5.32, and accept -to.Os
for the taxes of 1SS&.
Order that the Trea-urer notify by
postal card the tax pavers outeide of
Board adjourned to the bth inst. at
10 a. m.
B. S. Coff.ma.v,
Chairman of Board of Supervisor?.
Clerk of Board of Supervisors.
A revolution in the smelting process
is promised by Mr. George S. Chick, of
San Francisco, who aaya that he ha
got the biggest thing in the world of
ita kind. He hasn't yet revealed the
secret of his process, but an experiment
has worked so successfully that he ha1
organized a company that will erect a
$250,000 plant in Kansas City for the
treatment of ores. Mr. Chick nays
that his process will work all refractory
gold and silver ores without flux at a
cost of three dollars per ton. If this
is true we can at once diecontinue the !
interesting discuon of the tariff on
Mexican lead ores, forwe can get along
w;t,n.,t il,. T . W....1. rimin
"I...V..V .... ...M . W,... WJ-..W
A Hale Old Man.
A hale old man, Mr. Jas. Wilson of
Aliens Springs, 111., who is over sixty
years of age, says : "I have in my time
tried a great many medicines, some of
excellent quality; but never before
did I find any that would so com-
Tilflfte- An all tTi.lt 1 pl.'llTHPll for it !H
,'.,.,-,,. , , ,
Chamberlain s Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhea Kemetly. It is truly a won-
derful medicine." For sale by II. J.
Pictures, picture frames, mouldings
and artiste' materials at Moumonier's.
Thomas delaney will enlarge pho
tographs, i o sketches and sign paint- i The l)- M. Osborne mowers and the
ing at reasonable rates. Leave orders I Halladay windmills for sale at Wol
at the Daily EriTArn office. ' cott'a. 3-3tf
First publication October 8, 1889.
Application N. IT I fur a I'at ul to the
, m t,i mum iaiw.
Xotlce lg hmliygurn th4t m purbUaoi.ot
Ui.pter Mx ot Tn.e Ilurlj-twoot the keused
statutes uf tLe L mted Isuies, L B. Van Uait
aiid k e, I'earson, whose poslonVe adaresi
lomustont, Atliona. claiming the NieticUs
I iui..,n, Umn, l)ing and Umj; sjmatid mine
! lonibaiune imninc district, ouni ut Ciihiae.
, umM, oiAtuona, aieaUitK makeap.hu..
t.un to thi. Lnitea Mates fur a n.unl 10 Un.
' xjn-eaa. 10 ai.te. aUd bound, t.) u. omuai
on mi: m tin. onicc ot the KD ur ol the L .
a Land Uttice at lucson, Arojita. Mia.h rcid
nits 01 sutiey clcicnbc the bouniiries anu
eiteat of s.nd (la.ni on the iuiUu:, i.h nuj,
ueiic anation at n43' hast, as lollow-, to-v. 11
Heinuii.j at the noiihttl) center ad .1 ,
inci (ul in uuftument, pos iirUd 1 M itb
o;n M -No I. V 1 11 M .No 2 be us, 7 1
j-xiS net. th-i.ee." so' 57' t. mb lect to a 4
.next post in iiiohiuik nt. p fei n u d .' M t.
.No a; tDillO ib4j' ,- ijst InttoaailiLi
I in a moDatn'i t ol st ue p.t inarkwd N
M o .No 3; theticv N St' 7 joo It et to a 4
irKh iot m a monument. M9i n.aikcd N M
.No 4. thenar So' 5 U 278 1 el t . 4-n.ch ( c
in a monument, post marked N Nt c o 5-
iiRr.cc jj isl 1473 leel to a 4-lncli po in
iiionuioent. tosi uurd .N M c .Nu 0: tlwme
a 5 h. 200.5 't to iw,t .so t and place of
w ' r ..
bnriumaif ana couMit.ioe is 70 acte. Tli -
sua inn mi; cltiin Uiiik of record in tlieonice
t,fthe Recorder ol Ooch .-e count) . at lomb
itcre, in the count) and Kirito y aion-siid, the
pre-umtd general oune or dirrctr n of the said
.Nicholas nin.ing claim, win. lode or mineral de
posit being shon upwn the plat pasted here
with, a n.r a can lie determined irom present
deielopmeiu, this claim ling for tourtetn
hundred and twtn i -or.e linear fett th-nof. to
gather Kith the surt tee ground shoun upwn the
othcial put posted herewith, the said vein. lod
and tiuninc' tiren.i&es liertruy nought t be tut
ented bein funded as lollops, to-wv L'pon
the east by the lattle tjunt ind upon the vte-.t
by thx "8f mining laim, the -an) claim ber g
dtiuaterl as Lot No 212 in ti.e orhcal plat
An) and all person claiming adverse!) the
above descried ntining c'aim or an) portion
thereof so di scribed, sniveled, platted and ar
phed icr are hereby notified th it unless their
adverse c aims are dwl) filed according to lau,
and the regulations thtieunder. within thr time
presented bv lavit with the RtgiMer of the I .
S. Land uttice at Iueson, county of 1'ima, in
th' lrritor) of Aruona, the) will l- Uirrec!
b) virtue of the provisions ot s.ild statute.
And it is hertb) ordered that this no ice be
pHbUshwi for ten consecutive wteksrfl the Tomb.
on hPiTAI'ii, a dailv newspaper piiblished at
Tombstone, t ochise county, Arizona.
I) ited tlus 2d d i) of OwtoLwr. A. U. 1 889.
HKRBrKI BKOW N. Register.
Sunday's base ball jihiiic wa-wtll
plajed, and our bov have lost none
of their old time excellence. If they
do not win the championship at Phe
nix, they will at least demonstrate
that they know a base ball from .1
brickbat. Following is the score by
1 2 :i 1 r, C, 7 S 9
:! 0 3 0 :i 10
1 1 0 1 8
Batteries Tombstones, Havvke and
Delaney; picked nine, Wa-hburn,
Bcalr- and Waters.
Addition. Windniill .Mm !
Partie- de-iring to purchase wind
mill- will do well to investigate the '
merits of the Aermotor, vv hieh is the !
latest improved, showing an inerea-e
of power of 35 pur cent. A 12-foot
wheel is giiarantttd to do us much
v..rk as any 1'J-foot wooden vvlieel in
the market. In all respects it npre
si nts the latest iiiiprovementi of in
ventive skill. For further information
and circular address, IIotF.
Bo 120, Tucson, Arizona. 9 2(!tf
IIjitN. tie Tailtir,
And practical cutter. .Nobby suits
and pants :t specialty.
.My will is good, my work is ju.-t,
I its- vou well, but ink no tru-t.
Allen street, Tombstone, Arizona.
I Latest jieriodieals at Monmonier'a.
Parents should be careful that their
I children do not contract colds during
I the full or curly winter months. Such
colds weakens the lungs and air pass-
ages, making the child much more
iihu.v 10 con:r::ct o:::er coi'ls !urng '
me winter, it is ttu- succession 01
colds that causes catarrh and bron
chilis or paves the way for consump
tion. Should a cold be contracted,
lcKiec no time but cure it as quickly as
possible. A fifty cent bottle of Cham-
berlain's Cough Kemedv will euro any
... . " . - . . J
cold in a few days and leave the re
spiratory organs strong and healthy
For sale bv II. J. Peto.
Fresh fish and fresh oysters every
day at the Maison Dore
Timothy seed, fresh at Hoefler's
(First Pulbcation Sjeptemi-er 12. Zg.)
Atifilleiilliin N. 5."1 l(f h Talent u lb
liinsrelh.ft 3Ilnlnc I IhIiii.
L'MTFtfSTATrS L AND OFFICE. 1
1 L'Cso. Arizona, vptrlntr 20, 18J9
Notice I;, hrrib) gueti t' it in MirMiance of
chapter six, tule tnny to, of the Keviit-d
statutes ot the I'nit.d .-lain. V. I. hook,
aliuse yo lattice .uldft-v 1, Icunbstone. Co-ciiiM-coint),
ruoni. cUU'.ing the IxnigfrHow
mute, or vein of mineral, bearniK gold or mIW
"fob rueul. iiiu an.i U.ng situated within
th I onilot. it- .Miniiu: ' " fict o,uotj ol o
c: ie ii d I er nor) o" Arm a, n ahout to
in ike application to the I'm id Males tor a
ptient ti lli. s.il Lot g U iu., h.h u
morr fuh defc ilu as to mete ai.d bounos
uy tfw otrivial pi a iid t '! noli of ihe surwy
tht.eof, mm on in in t1 oftu i- cl the Ktgkttr
ot ill-- l'. s. l.ai.d tJPic. i"l'i-oa. Aruoaa,
aliich h id i.ou-i of .U'mv .eM.ube lb twin-
d uks .'ml extent ol said claim on the seriate
uith nutjii'Uc varutiou at 1 1 43' east, ai 1.
oiuiati uei; at the initwl bkii nttnt, near
lie cc.t.r 01 claim, a 4x4 in-h kcst to iknj I M
L.cng.e low M C No 1, rvm nt h U III M
N"o 2 bears N 51" ai' 1. aoc ft distant, thence
N' 70 ic- E 435 ft to a 4 inch pct niarkett L M
1 Ni I fience .1 v 50' L 263 2 ft to a 4 -loch
,.!t marked 1. M C No 3; .litnc: N 85' if W
800ft In a inch pen inailud LMC'Noj:
' e'.c" . V .5 N 3 5 ' to a 4-inch foil
,,,irk '-, -No 5. th-ae N 75- 40 t. 865 ft
1f a It rh unci nn.rl.. I VI f V a A hk...C
. 7.". "'. """v ' " 'v, hwvbo
t pj-i S4 'ttf. . t. ...rtv. m.j . .1-J I X.J r
9 SO' K 361 7 It to a 4-inch post marked L M C
Xo 2. and lace of beginning survey of exterior
lines. oitlaimng 6 70 acn-s.
1 lie siid mining claim beinij of record in the
other of the recoir.erof t -hisr county Aiuwi
lernon at 1 ornbstone, in Uie ixunly and
lerntory aforesaid and presumed general
course w d.nctio of the said I.ongf l!ow vein,
.ode or mineral deposit, tmir shown UX)n llu
a at and posted 1 eiea.th, a-s near s can be le
bn...nd from j nscnt developments. 'Ibis
cluni is for eight hmid ed and sit-five linear
iet thereof, togi-ther wuh surface ground
-hown upon ih- otl.cial plat posted
herewith, the said vein, lode or mintrg
pr niuis hereby souj;l-t to be patented
ttn tiounded as fo'los, to-wit Upon
the to-ith by the Known. e M C, lot No 122, and
upon the nortl we.t I.) the Lucknow M C
No 56. the said laiia being dVsignatetl as Iot
No 2c8 in the cfncial plat palled t erewith. And
any and all wrsons clumicg artver.-I; tbc
mining ground, win, lode, premises or any
portion thereof, so described, surveyed, platted
and applied tor, are hereby notified that unless
ther adverse claims are duly tied according to
Uw and the regulations then tinder, within the
time prescribed b) ;. with the K-gisterof the
c.' . Ijnd Offiee at Tucson. Arizona, they
will I; barred in vir.ue of the provisions of sa'il
And it is hetebv ordered that this r.ct:ce
be puMi-ii-d for "n n Ho. consecutive wieV:
in the tombstone Mvilv Fpitaph, a mw.
pvipi-r pith ished at Tombstone. Cochise cocity,
I ernturv etf Anzon t
llited thi- 20'h dsv of -v itcmlK-r iR3o.
HERBr-sT l-KOU N, Kerster.
Broiled steaks and chop? a epecialty
nt the M.iisou Dore.
Xesbit'- poultry jiowder anil Forrest
cholera cure for chickens. For rale at
The Can Can restaurant has the
tinest varieties of ti-li fresl every day.
Baby carriage-, toy-, brushes, books,
etc., at Moumonier's.
Stationery, paints, oils, etc., at Mou
ALIEN STREET, OPPOSITE 0. K. CORHAL.
FJJAIIY & Co,. Managers.
Thf Urij-t and 6r t -t ck of Un'lruVms
Go tU in Anon t. r ; t ; irrrt to do al!
o k in out l:i m atu i v- -. in mirr. ALL.
OUR WORK GL K W ! LI I).
Or tenporari') r.- rv, I at a trifling
expens 10- h,' ie"t,
SdtisfiCtion Given in ill Respects.
fflT"0rdcr3 left at the O. K. Stable
will receive prompt attention.
ALLLA WALKEll, Fl'lUJAL DHlEtTOS.
With I.. K. l'aee. 1 now re '') to 4r a'l kinds
1 T '1 "'
I speci ilt) also ot
He makes a
Sign & Jiouse Ptiiiitiiig.
I:ii"r I landing' Xfittly Done.
S!!p (orh: nF Tiiinn mi tocgiimt.
I.F.0V LlfiBIQ Proprietor.
First Class Hotel in Every Respect.
Birroom sapp'iect with
Choice Foreign and Domestic Liquors.
Livery Stable in Connection.